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Further confounding the frontier between electronica and post-rock, French Teen Idol weaves a fabric of intricate piano figures, impassioned sequences and intriguing samples. Meticulous harmonies and a fine sense of dynamics pervade this self-titled album.
This audio is part of the collection: Nishi
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels
Artist/Composer: French Teen Idol
Date: 2005-05-29 00:00:00
Keywords: Electronic; Post-Rock; Progressive Electronic
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
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Andrew Stuckey -
The album itself is a solid download, but what I really love about this album is that it pushes the netlabel scene to expand more into post-rock. We need more albums like this to make netlabels more accessible. I put the track Your Fault on my netlabel podcast (www.tuneintuneout.com)
Subject: Seriously, one of the best netlabel releases ever!
Do yourself a favor and download this album. If you like God Is An Astronaut, Mogwai, Sweek and similar bands, you will love this one!
Subject: great album
another proof that one has to take the netlabels serious: this album has the same ambient of Mogwai without copying them. Thank you for being part of the netlabel(r)evolution.